Intel spins out a new enterprise-focused GenAI software company

Intel, intent on making bigger moves in the market for AI-powered enterprise software, is spinning out a new platform company with the backing of Boca Raton, Florida–based asset manager and investor DigitalBridge. Called Articul8 AI (an awkward abbreviation of “Articulate AI”), the new entity builds off a proof-of-concept from an Intel collaboration with Boston Consulting…

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Building a strong startup developer culture requires constant adjustment

Most tech startups are born from a few early engineers building the company’s initial product. As those first builders work together, they begin to establish a developer culture — sometimes deliberately, sometimes not. At Web Summit in Lisbon in November, two founders discussed the importance of building a developer culture that’s distinct from a company’s overall…

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Ask Sophie: What changes are in store for PERM?

Sophie Alcorn Contributor Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.” She connects people with the businesses and opportunities that expand their lives. More posts by this contributor Ask Sophie: Whatever happened to International…

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Crypto losses declined over 50% in 2023

Hackers and scammers laid back on the weekends, CertiK report finds Jacquelyn Melinek 15 hours While hackers continue to hack the crypto industry for a cash grab, the dollar amount is down substantially compared to the previous year. The total amount “lost” during 2023 from security incidents was almost $2 billion, down 51% from 2022,…

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